Monday, April 07, 2008

Do you have a Mac OS 7 install CD or disks cluttering up your office?

I'm going to either:

- give away my beloved Apple MacIntosh SE/30, or
- make the thing work.

I'm looking for a copy of Mac OS 7 so I can make it boot. With the 80Mb hard disk that I used to run my business on in 1996, an external SCSI CD-RW drive and a little luck, I think I stand a decent chance. Drop me a comment if you know where I might get a copy. Thanks.

Update: It looks like I'll need to resurrect the x86 machine in my cupboard, burn some floppies to boot from, and then boot up the Mac. I should have been doing this on those long winter nights ...

2 comments:

Hack Kampbjørn said...

Just download it from apple's website
http://lowendmac.com/macos.shtml

nasrat said...

Debian m68k port or netbsd may get it booted:

http://wiki.debian.org/DebianM68kPorting

http://www.netbsd.org/ports/mac68k/